(WJLA) - The art and design building at George Mason University has been deemed safe after a written bomb threat was discovered inside the building overnight.
The University canceled 7:30 a.m. classes in the building and cordoned it off while police conducted a search of the facility. With the building cleared, classes beginning at 9 a.m. or later will go on as scheduled. An initial release from the University said the threat did not pose an imminent danger to the university community. Classes outside the art and design building went on as scheduled Thursday morning.